From the age of eight Peggy was sewing out of her mother’s scrap bag. Though she didn’t know it at the time, she was honing her creativity and nascent space planning skills by figuring out how to create a doll’s dress – and later a garment for herself – from odd amounts of fabric. Peggy later became hooked on the adventure of discovering what might be accomplished if constraints were viewed as opportunities or challenges.
She followed these early interests up in school with studies in music, art, history, art history and architecture. These eventually cumulated in a degree in interior design and a certification through NCIDQ. Her early learned and honed traits of thinking outside of the box, perseverance, and the love of a good challenge combined with her formal education have paid off in satisfying rewards over Peggy’s design career.
In Ken, she found not only a partner in life, but a partner at work as well. This partnership has given Fisher Group it’s unique familial approach.